Markets last week finally woke up to the negative implications of the growing global spread of coronavirus.
Initial views that it was largely a Chinese problem, with isolated cases elsewhere in Asia and the Middle East, left investors indifferent and markets held relatively firm, despite the daily rise in number of reported infections and deaths.
This all changed as news of quarantines in 12 Italian towns…
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— Market Briefings (@MarketBriefings) March 4, 2020